It’s really dry here. We need rain something fierce.
For growth, to stop fires, for overall health.
But, in the midst of the dry, we do have some growth happening on the fruit trees…and, we’ve (finally) moved the chicks into the chicken coop.
And because our red currant bushes are so new, they’re still rather small. Which makes them easy prey to fall to Daphne…
I had a few extra 3 gallon pails, so I cut the bottoms out and used them the shield the plants from the turbo power of the Daphne running them over. 😉
The best news!
All chicks have vacated the house, and the garage.
Chicken coop renos are done and they have moved into their new, and permanent home.
Just because I’m mean, I laughed at the few hennys we have left and said “Your replacements have arrived!!”
Onward and upward to the next task…
Getting the garden tilled so we can plant my HUGE tomato plants.
I hope this bodes well for a bountiful harvest!